A noteworthy review of Magic Door to Learning from School Library Journal on April 1, 2007
Each book begins with the same poem that invites readers to turn the page. The stories address issues such as passing judgment, greed, messiness, and clumsiness. In the end, each character learns a valuable lesson. The illustrations are filled with vibrant colors and textures. Each book has suggested learning extensions, like researching animals (Buzz), trying new foods (Pig), a craft project (Jeremy Jones), and community involvement (Messy Molly). Each book also offers suggested follow-up reading along the same theme. Useful titles for units on character building.
—Colleen D. Bocka
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